Sustainable Construction: 6 Ways to Reduce Your Fleet’s Carbon Footprint
July 5, 2022
Sustainability in construction is a major concern for many project owners these days, and contractors who can demonstrate a commitment to leaving a lighter environmental footprint...
Planet United: Teaming Up to Fast-Track Sustainability Efforts at United Rentals
March 14, 2022
A group of employees at a United Rentals Denver branch was dismayed by the number of single-use water bottles the branch was purchasing. The bottles were unsustainable, and the...
Heavy Equipment Maintenance Tips for Earthmoving Season
January 18, 2022
In earthmoving season, earthmoving equipment is in constant use. To avoid downtime that delays projects, and to maximize the lifespan of the machines, heavy equipment maintenance...
Partnering with an Equipment Provider for a Refinery Turnaround
April 7, 2021
The right equipment provider can help a refinery pull off a turnaround without a hitch and save money, too. Discover the secrets to an effective partnership.
Best Practices for Maintaining Owned Mobile Equipment
February 1, 2021
Equipment is one of the biggest costs for many commercial construction businesses. In order to preserve your investment and maximize uptime, actively planning fleet maintenance is...
6 Reasons to Outsource Your Mobile Equipment Maintenance
January 26, 2021
For many construction fleet owners, outsourcing equipment maintenance may be the smarter, more efficient, more cost-effective choice. Here’s why.
INFOGRAPHIC: Should You Buy or Rent Construction Equipment?
February 18, 2020
Getting a job done efficiently requires the right equipment, and that equipment represents a big chunk of a project’s budget, and the company’s budget. Doing the math on whether it...
6 Keys to Effective Fleet Management
October 15, 2019
Equipment, especially heavy equipment, is one of the biggest line items of any construction company’s budget. Making smart decisions about how long to hold onto these assets and...
In Building Design, Heat-Resiliency Is Today’s Hot Challenge
August 5, 2019
Designing buildings for the local climate isn’t a new concept, but when the local climate begins to change, so must building design. As average summertime temperatures continue to...
How to Assess a Temporary Substation Solution
July 31, 2019
America’s aging energy grid is increasingly subject to outages due to planned maintenance, overloads and severe weather events. What’s more, the substation system is undergoing one...